The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 26, 1956 · Page 6
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6-Atgono (to.) Upper Des Moineg Tuesday, June 26, T9S6 Bancroft Wins County Jr. Legion Baseball Title Bancroft annexed the Kossuth county Junior Legion baseball crown with a 6-2 decision over Algona Wednesday night at Bancroft. The' win earned Bancroft the right to mert Garner in a two-county play-off Thursday night, June 28, at a site to be named later. Although outhit. 7-5. Bancroft took advantage of every opportunity to down Algona. The winners got their first run in the last half of the first frame on three walks, a passed ball and a wild pitch. A double by Hatten and singles by Vaske and Schiltz added one run and made it 2-0 in tl*e bottom of the third, and a walk, a stolen base and an error ir. the home half of the fifth ran the count to 3-0. Algona made a bid to get back in the game in the top of the sixth with two runs. A single by Warren Bebo. two walks, an error and a ground out sent in the tallies and cut Bancroft's margin to 3-2. The homo team then proceeded to wrap up the decision in its half of the sixth. An erorr with two out and the buses empty opened the door. McGuire was sale on the tniscue. K. Mcnkc and D. Menke sandwiched singles around a walk to Hatten to run the count to 6-2. Algona loaded the bases with two down in the first of the seventh, but couldn't score. Inability to hit in the right spots cost Algona any chance" of winning the fray. 'The locals stranded a total of ten men on base. Cecil Schilmoeller went all the way on the hill for Algona. allowing five hits, six walks, and chalking up eight strikeouts. Fennema of the winners gave up O»!O.OmOXXl0OOtt&O»^O;&^^ Holiday Specials Short-Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS .•won hits' rim' five walk?, while whiffing six. Longest blow of the game was a triple by first baseman Bob Slobe of Algona. Ho opened Ihe fifth with his blast, bill was s^ill on third when the inning ended. Ted Finley and Jerry Hupp each got two hits for the losers. Box score: AB R H Finley, r. _ 402 Hupp, ss. 402 Kueck. If 400 Slobe. Ib. . 3 0 1 Bebo, cf. 3 1 1 Froehlieh, 3b. 3 1 1 Srhilmorlli r. p. .. ., _ _ 1 0 0 Hood, if 300 Tobey. 2b. 300 Bancroft (6) K. Mi'iike. If. Flatten, 3b D. Menke, ss. Vaske. 11). Schilt/.. c. Fennema, p. _.» .. DeGfetc-r. cf. J_Wilhelmi, rf. MeGuiro, 2b. 28 2 7 AB R H 4 1 1 2 3 1 2 1 1 4 0 1 2 0 1 . 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 0 Cool as iced lemonade— gay patterns — washable fabrics. Get two ! Cool Oacron SLACKS 9 95 Light and dark shades — they wash and drip dry. Coolest slacks you can wear, men! LEUTHjOLDmLIAMS kc*omc*Qi«a«DX^^ Lone Rock Only Counfy Team Winning Game Mallard, F.mmotsburi;. Lone Rock and Humboldt chalked up wins in Kossuth County Baseball League games Sundny. Mallard remained on top of the loop, while Emmet.sburg moved ahead of the Algnnn KC.s into second due to the results. For some reason, teams will be pitted against each other thi.s Sunday exactly as they were >ast. but on different sites. Humboldt travels to Algona; Mallara to Bancroft; Emmetsburg to Rodman: and Lone Rock to Whittemore. League Standings W Mallard 0 Emmetsbulrg 4 Algona 4 Lone Rock 3 Whittemore 3 Humboldt 3 Bancroft 2 Rodman 1 Sunday's results saw Mallard trouncing Bancroft, 16-4, Lone Rock edging past Whittemore, 5-1, Emmelsburg on top of Rodman, 11-6, and Humboldt over Algona 10-7. The Lone .Rock-Whittemore fray at Lone Rock was tight until the bottom of the eighth inning. Until then Whittemore led, 1-0, scoring on a hit and an error in the fifth. Lone Rock had been limited to just two safeties by Elbert of Whittemore vyhen the roof fell in. An error, singles by Marlow, Hutchinson and Householder and a double by Duane Dreyer sent five big runs in and gave the win to the home team. Bollinger was the winning hurler. Emmetsburg unleashed a 14-hit attack in its win over Rodman. Thompson went all the way on the hill for the winners, while Anliker and Meyer pitched for Having the inside of your car swept out is one of those extra little gestures of hospitality that you can expect When you drive in to a Phillips 66 Station. You'll like the friendliness and courtesy of your Phillips 66 Dealer. You'll like the conscientious way he cleans your Windows all the way around. You'll like his clean rest rooms. You'll appreciate the way he checks your tires, battery and radiator. To Phillips 66 Dealers, "Hospitality on the Highway" m^ans much more than just selling gas- olio* and motor oil. It means pleasing you. Your Phillips 66 Dealer believes that in the service he gives, as well as in foe products he sells, "It's Performance (hat Counts." Drive in to his station soon. PHTLUPS PETROLEUM COMPANY Hodman. Mallard had little trouble registering its lop-sided verdict over Bancroft at Mallard, to take its sixth win in seven starts. The KCs outhit Humboldt.'H^, but due to one of the basic rules of baseball (the team with the most runs is the winner) dropped their third game in seven starts. Algona led twice during the day, but 16 walks , issued by starting pitcher Loren Nelson, coupled with five singles at the right times, gave Humboldt the verdict. A double by Art Wirikel and single:- by Merv Hentges put AJ- gonn ahead, 1-0, in the top of the third. Humboldt counted twice in the home half of the fourth on three walks and a single to grab the lead. 2-1, and setting up a five-run rally by the KCs. Harold Amfahr opened the first of the fifth with a walk. It was followed by singles by Art Winkel, Hentges, Batt and John Diekman and a double by Gordy Winkel. The rally gave Algona a temporary G-2 bulge. Humboldt ripped off five runs* in the last of the sixth to take the lead for good on six walks and two hits, then added three more runs on a walk, two hits and two errors to sack the contest in the seventh. Algona's final run was a result of a double by Bob Diekman and a single by Am-' turn- in the top of the eighth, but it wasn't enough. Nelson took the loss for Algona, while Jim Green went all the way on the hill for Humboldt. Top slickers in the game were Hentges, John Diekman and Art Winkel, of the KCs, and Ulrich of Humboldt, with three safeties each. Box score: Algona (7) AB R H Hentges, ss. 5 1 3 Batt, Ib, p. 4 r 1 G. Winkel, 3b. 5 0 1 Nelson, p. Ib. 3 1 1 Godden, rf. 5 0 0 J. Diekman, If. 5 0 3 B. Diekman, 2b. 4 1 1 Amfahr, cf. 4 1 1 A. Winkel, c. 4 2 3 39 7 14 Around Algona . ,. Fill Up With Flite-Fuel At KEN & LEO'S PHILLIPS "66" Mr and Mrs Tom Sawyer of Des Moines were recent guests of Mr and Mrs Claude Slagle. —o— Mr and Mrs Charles Hinken and children are spending this week at a cottage at Lake Okoboji. —o— Mrs David Smith entertained the members of Xi Xi and Zeta Xi chapters of Beta Sigma Phi at a coffee at her home this morning, (Tuesday). Mr and Mrs Leon Laird spent the weekend in Des Moines where they attended the wedding of Mr Laird's cousin, Russell Laird. —o— Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders went to Morris, Iowa, Wednesday evening to attend an alumni banquet and reunion of Mrs Reinders high school graduating class. —o — Mr and Mrs Dale Simon, and tht'ir daughters, Linnell, Jane and Judy, former Algonans now of Mason City spent Sunday here with Mr and Mrs Richard Norton. A large group of friends and relatives of Mr and Mrs Ed Mit- uig surprised them with a party, Sunday, in honor of the twenty- fifth anniversary of their wedding. —o— Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders had as their guests over the .. >--okc'iid, Mr and Mrs John Schaap and three children of Hayward, Calif. Mr Schaap is Mrs Reinder's brother. —o— Algonans vacationing at Lake Okoboji last week included Mr and Mrs Everett Anderson, Mr and Mrs Russell Pickett, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey and Mr and Mrs Eugene Hutchins. —o—. Mr and Mrs Orlan Oti and Mr and Mrs Bob Clark entertained at a party Thursday evening as a farewell courtesy to Mr and Mrs Gail Hause who are moving to California. It was also Mrs Ott's birthday and she was presented with a surprise cake. r\ , Steve Waller, son of Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller, was seven years old on Monday and his mother entertained at a birthday party at the Call Park. Guests were Randy and Don Roadinger, Bill and Lenny Meisnner, Greg and Doug Cook, Mickey Snodgrass and Jack Waller. Bruce Chapman was invited but was visiting his grandmother and unable to attend. NOTICE OF PHOBATE OF WILL Slate of Iowa ss. In District Court Kossuth County No. 7100 April Term. 1356 TO 'ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That in instrument of writing purporting lo be the last Will and Testament of John S. Crowell dated April V. 1V54 ;ind Codicil to the Last Will and Tes- i.iment of John S. Crowell, Deceased, rlattd June 9, 1955. having been this [Jay filed, opened and read. Monday I lie Uth day of July. 195fi, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before he District Court of said County, or i lie Cleik of said Court; and at 10 /i-lock a.m., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, y instrument should not be probated and allowed as and tor the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, June 25. 1950. Alma Pearson Clerk ot the District Court Attorney: H. W. Miller, Algona, Iowa Anita Theisen Deputy Half Dozen In Field For Grid Coach Job Hero At least a half dozen men have applied for the head football reaching job at Algona high school since the resignation June 15 of Jason Loving, according to Sup! O. B. Laing. The board of education has taken no action on any of the applicants, but have spent time studying qualifications offered by the men. II is probable no final • decision Will be made before the latter part of next week. Mr and Mrs Darwin Kepphard of Mason City became the parents of their first child Thursday when a six pound daughter was born to them. Mrs Kepphart formerly was a nurse at St. Ann hospital here. —o— Mr and Mrs Watson and Jim and Debby arrived here Tuesday from their home in El Cajon, Calif, for a Visit at the parental, L. C. Hansons. Mrs March is the former Alice Chester who taught at Bryant school here during the late 1930's. —o— Mrs Mabel Lee went to Fort Dodge on Saturday where she is visiting at the home of her sen and daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs Robert Lee. Mrs Lee is on vacation from her duties at Christeo- son's store. —o— Sandy and Betty Burnham of Knnawha are spending three ^'eeks here with Mr and Mrs Lee Price while their mother is a surgical patient in a Belmond hospital. The girls are six and nine years. —o— Mrs Howard Stillman was hostess to the regular meeting of Zota Xi, newly organized chapter of Beta Sigma Phi on Wednesday evening. Kay Brayton presented the program. The next meeting will be held Thursday, July 5 at the home of Mrs Eugene Faulstich. Mrs David Smith gave a birthday party Saturday in honor of her son, Neal who was six years old. Guests were Bruce Marshall, Bob and Royann Nichols, Ruthie Johnson, D.eborah Kelly, Lynn Lammers and Becky, Connie and Mike Black. Marijane, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bob Williams, is entertaining a group of young people today (Tuesday) at the Lake Okoboji cottage where the family is spending their vacation. Attending are Siri Norton, Pam Waller, Patty Cowan, Sharon De- Grotte, Jerry Cowan, Dean Hendrickson, Ben Herbst and Cindy Hardy. They vfent to the lake in cars driven by Mrs Richard Norton and Mrs R. B. Waller. fat at for a] RED-HOT BUY! Sport Shirt AND Slacks BOTH FOR 4.44 Choice of any $1.98 Short Sleeve Sports Shirts AND Choice of any $2.98 Washable Leisure Slacks — BOTH FOR 4.44 ROD 81 REEL SET Level-Wind Fishing Reel and S-Foot Glass Rod BOTH FOR 2.99 INSECT REPELLANT Genuine U. S. Govt. PLASTJC CAPS 98c Values Light & Cool DIAMOND'S SURPLUS Sunday dinfief guesfs of Mr and Mrs Orlan. Oft. were Mr OU's parents, Mf and Mrs Walter Ott of Hartley .and his brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Dale 1 Ott and four sons of Waterloo. The Dale Otts are former Aljjona residents. Bob, son of Mr and Mrs Jim Snyder was eleven years old on Wednesday and was honoree at a birthday party. A picnic >, was held at the Call : State Park. Guests were Tony Bradley, Bob Willey, Russ Snyder, Chuck Jergenson, Bill Wetzel, Lajfry Hel* mers, and Tom Waller. Don King was unable to attend. Mr and Mrs A. J. Ricklefs returned Sunday from Brainerd, Minn, where they spent several days at a combination business convention and vacation. The sons, Rod and Tom went to Fonda to stay with their grandparents during their parents absence and Randy and Vicky remained here with the Bill Schutjers. —o— Formal installation of new officers of the Women of The Moose was held Thursday evening following the regular meeting. Irma Barton is senior regent; Daisy Schauer, junior regent; Marjorie Apple, junior graduate regent; Betty Bierstedt, recorder; Wilma Strayer, treasurer; Ar- H een Sampson, chaplain; Grace Turner, guide; Dorothy Martinek, assistant guide; Elizabeth St John, Argus; Royetta Stienman, sentinel and Valeria Briggs, pianist. The installing team consisted of Lucille Clark, Irma Barton, Helen Ernst and Ann Clark. The graduate regent's pin was presented to Marjoria Apple and a gift of money to the Moose Lodge for their fine cooperation throughout the year. Mr and Mrs Ed Skilling had as their guests on Saturday, Mr Skilling's brother, Dick Skilling and son, Sjcott of Marion. 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